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. Braine, G., 2001, When an exit test fails, System, Vol.29, No.2, pp.221-234.
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Type of subjects/data: Students
No. of subjects/data: 258
Instruments: Test, Interview
Method of analysis: - Analyze the exit test prompts and exit exam transcripts
- Score guides used in writing class to evaluate exit exams
Other aspects: Test scoring guide
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Keywords:
ESL students; Writing programs; First-year writing courses; Exit tests

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. Tseng, Y. -C. and Liou, H. -C., 2006, The effects of online conjunction materials on college EFL students' writing, System, Vol. 34, No. 2, pp. 270-283.
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Type of subjects/data: College students
No. of subjects/data: 19
Instruments: Test, Task/ activity, Questionnaire, Corpus
Method of analysis: Wilcoxon Signed Rank Sum test statistics
Error analysis
Other aspects: Task design
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Keywords:
Conjuction, English writing, Cohesion, Corpus, CALL

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. Hincks, R., 2005, Measures and perceptions of liveliness in students oral presentation speech: A proposal for an automatic feedback mechanism, System, Vol.33, No.4, pp.575-591.
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Type of subjects/data: Corpus of oral presentation
No. of subjects/data: 1
Instruments: Test, Task/ activity
Method of analysis: - Descriptive statistics
- Prosodic analysis
- Speech analysis: e.g. pitch, speaking rate
Other aspects: - WaveSurfer software for speech analysis
- Reliability test
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Keywords:
Prosody, Intonation, Pitch, Speech rate, Oral presentation skills, CALL, Speech analysis, English for specific purposes, Fluency, Learner corpora

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. Zareva, A., 2005, Models of Lexical knowledge assessment of second language learners of English at higher levels of language proficiency, System, Vol.33, No.4, pp.547-562.
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Type of subjects/data: NSs and L2 learners of English
No. of subjects/data: 64
Instruments: Test, Dictionary
Method of analysis: - Correlation
- Multiple regression analysis
- Possible regression
Other aspects: - Word sampling method
- Scoring procedures: e.g. vocabulary knowledge, word frequency effects
- Internal consistency reliability of the test (Kuder-Richardson 21 formula)
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Keywords:
Second language acquisition, Vocabulary, Lexical knowledge assessment, Testing

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. Gaskell, D. and Cobb, T., 2004, Can learners use concordance feedback for writing errors?, System, Vol. 32, No. 3, pp. 301-319.
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Type of subjects/data: Adult Chinese EFL learners
No. of subjects/data: 20
Instruments: Task/ activity, Test, Questionnaire, Written report/ paper
Method of analysis: - descriptive statistics
- t-test
- error analysis
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Keywords:
Computer assisted language learning, CALL, Learner concordancing, Hands-on concordancing, Error treatment, Error feedback, Grammatical awareness, Language awareness, Form focus, Focus on forms, Structured input

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. Liu, M. and Braine, G., 2005, Cohesive features in argumentative writing produced by Chinese undergraduates, System, Vol.33, No.4, pp.623-636.
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Type of subjects/data: Students' compositions
No. of subjects/data: 50
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Method of analysis: - Identify and count cohesive device used in the compositions
- Descriptive statistics: mean, Sd, frequency, and correlations
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Keywords:
Cohesive features, Argumentative writing, Chinese undergrate non-English majors, Reference Tie, Conjunction tie, Lexical tie

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. Perry, B. and Stewart, T., 2005, Insights into effective partnership in interdisciplinary team teaching, System, Vol.33, No.4, pp.563-573.
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Type of subjects/data: Teacher
No. of subjects/data: 14
Instruments: Interview
Method of analysis: Content analysis
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Keywords:
Team teaching, Collaboration, Reflective teaching

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. Martinez-Flor, A. and Fukuya, Y.J., 2005, The effects of instruction on learners' production of appropriate and accurate suggestions, System, Vol. 33, No. 3, pp. 463-480.
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Type of subjects/data: Student
No. of subjects/data: 81
Instruments: Task/ activity, Test
Method of analysis: - ANOVA
- post hoc analysis
- Cohen's d
Other aspects: - interater reliability
- scoring system for grammatical accuracy
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Keywords:
Pragmatics, Instructional effects, Foreign language learning, Focus on form, Speech acts, Suggestions, Pragmatic production, Pragmatic appropriateness, Linguistic accuracy, E-mail, Telephone

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. Soler, E.A., 2005, Does instruction work for learning pragmatics in the EFL context?, System, Vol. 33, No. 3, pp. 417-435.
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Type of subjects/data: High school student
No. of subjects/data: 132
Instruments: Test, Task/ activity
Method of analysis: - t-test
- ANOVA
Other aspects: Awareness-raising task
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Keywords:
Foreign language learning, Instructional effects, Pragmatics

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. Takahashi, S., 2005, Noticing in task performance and learning outcomes: A qualitative analysis of instructional effects in interlanguage pragmatics, System, Vol. 33, No. 3, pp. 437-461.
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Type of subjects/data: Japanese college student/ secondary data
No. of subjects/data: 49
Instruments: Test, Questionnaire, Task/ activity
Method of analysis: Content analysis
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Keywords:
Interlanguage pragmatics, Implicit learning, Noticing, Awareness, Attention, Language instruction, Input enhancement, Request

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